traumatic dislocation


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traumatic dislocation

Etymology: Gk, trauma, wound; L, dis + locare
a dislocation caused by an injury.

traumatic dislocation

A dislocation due to injury or violence.
See also: dislocation
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A previous study conducted on PIOLs indicated that a traumatic dislocation occurs in approximately 1 out of 662 cases.
Tscherne, "Isolated traumatic dislocation of the hip.
Anterior instability accounts for 95% of acute traumatic dislocations.
Furuya H, Shimamura Y, Kaneko K, Sakuramoto H, Hirata K, Arai Y: Traumatic dislocation of the hip in a child caused by trivial force for age.
Bilateral traumatic dislocation of the hip: simultaneously one hip anterior and the other posterior.
We believe that in the treatment of inveterate traumatic dislocation of the radial head both methods are correct: one of them (proximal ulnar extension osteotomy) achieves a more anatomic reduction at the time, while the other (temporary radiocapitellar fixation) produces deferred reduction by progressive remodelling of the metaphysis of the ulna.
Patellar instability can be defined in different ways, (1) the first as a clinical entity or diagnosis of a traumatic dislocation.
Stover C N, Bryan DR: Traumatic dislocation of the peroneal tendons.
One patient sustained a traumatic dislocation and had to undergo revision anterior capsulolabral reconstruction.
About 10% of traumatic dislocations that are not reduced in the first two weeks, for various reasons, will become old dislocations.
First-time traumatic dislocations will result in a Bankart lesion and Hill-Sachs lesion in more than 80% of cases.

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